Transvaginal Ultrasound Examination Results?
Good afternoon. I want to ask r nIn February last week I did an ultrasound trans v r nThe doctor wrote it like this: r nUterated AF ø 7×3 cm r nEL: 7 mm r nMass adnexa (-) r noa ( D) et (S) ~ N “sorry that the doctor’s writing is not clear” r n r nA: mens day II r n r nIs my egg normal or what? R nCan at help to read and explain to make it clearer r n r nThank you
Hello, Sabrina Dewi, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Transvaginal ultrasound is used to look at the uterus (uterus), ovaries (ovaries), cervix (cervix), vagina, and surrounding structures. Transvaginal ultrasound can help doctors see abnormalities or phenomena in these organs, for example: pregnancy, ectopic pregnancy, lumps in the reproductive organs, or looking for causes of infertility (infertility) associated with reproductive organs.
Ultrasound results are very dependent on the examiner. In addition, the results written by the doctor on the patient's examination card or doctor's medical record also depend on the doctor who examined, often the doctor uses the term or abbreviation for himself to make it easier when he reads it later on. If you ask whether your egg is normal or not, the information you provide does not include things that show data about the egg. High-resolution ultrasound can see follicles (fluid-filled sacs and immature egg cells) in the ovaries.
We recommend that you consult again about the results of this ultrasound to the doctor who examined, considering the results of the ultrasound and the doctor's notes depending on the examiner. That's all, hopefully it's useful.